COVID-19 Resources
We have reorganized our COVID-19 content in hopes of providing a more user friendly presentation of all the services, data and advice the County offers:
Vaccination Clinic Registration and Information (Ages 5 and up)
Testing Site Locations and Information
Quarantine and Isolation Guidance 
WCDH Coronavirus Updates (school resources, data and more)
Find your COVID-19 community levels (low, medium, or high), and prevention steps to take based on the latest CDC data.

COVID-19 Booster Shots for Ages 5-11
Children ages 5 - 11 are now eligible for a Pfizer booster dose at least 5 months after completing their primary series. The Health Department is offering pediatric Pfizer booster doses at our upcoming vaccination clinics. 

Important Note: Dangers of Homemade Infant Formula
Is your grocery store out of your WIC infant formula? Please contact your local WIC clinic and ask for help. Do not try to make homemade infant formula, as it is dangerous for your baby. Please know that WIC is always here to help and support you during these difficult times. Click here for additional information on the formula shortage.

¿Se ha acabado la fórmula para bebés de WIC en tu supermercado? Por favor, comunícate con tu clínica local de WIC y pide ayuda. No trates de hacer tu propia formula casera, ya que es peligroso para tu bebé. Ten en cuenta que WIC siempre está aquí para ayudarte y apoyarte en este difícil momento. Haga clic aquí para obtener información adicional sobre la escasez de fórmula.

2022 Community Health Assessment Survey
The Westchester County Department of Health is conducting a survey to better understand how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the health and well-being of residents. The Community Health Assessment Survey will only take about 10 minutes to finish and your answers will help shape the work that we do in the coming years. You can also print the survey and mail it in: English  Spanish

Monkeypox
Monkeypox is a rare viral illness that does not usually cause serious illness, but can result in hospitalization or death. Monkeypox typically begins with a flu-like illness and swelling of the lymph nodes and progresses to a rash on the face and body. Most infections last two to four weeks. The current outbreak appears to have spread through human-to-human contact. Transmission can occur through contact with body fluids, monkeypox sores, items that have been contaminated with fluids or sores, or through prolonged exposure to respiratory droplets. Because of this, transmission may also occur through sexual contact. More information about monkeypox can be found on the NYSDOH Website.

Camp Operator's Workshop 2022
The 2022 Children's Camp Workshop was held online, as a zoom meeting, this year on May 5, 2022. View the zoom recording, and the powerpoint presentation.